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Old 05-17-2016, 02:14 PM   #1
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Borgeson!

I put in the Borgeson integrated power steering system into my original P/S 68 Mustang and it has really changed this car. Bad steering was a huge limiting factor on driving. This was the easiest install I have ever done considering I had the collapsible column and plenty of room without a brake booster. Steering still feels original due to the old style center link ball and joint adapter. It works fine with the original P/S pump too. Now I can get the car insured and on the road!

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Awesome!

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That is great. I just got the tail light panel welded in, so now I have two patches to weld in before it hits the rotisserie.

Why didn't you go with a rack and pinon style?
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Enjoy that rotisserie! As much as I wish I could have a clean slate to paint on like that, I'm happy with how far I have come. Rack n pinion is too expensive.
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This project is going to take twice as long as I figured. It seems my wife wants the interior of the house done first. So I have been installing hardwood flooring and a new master bath closet organizers and a few things I am sure I forgot about. I have the car for30+ years so I am in no hurry to rush it. I bought all the tools rotisserie sand blasters welders oxy/acy torch etc over the last few years to do the restore.

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